Tri-Cities Airport is an air field terminal that is located at an approximate distance of 3 km from the north west of Washington's Pasco region. This air field in Franklin County, Washington is also USA's third largest as far as commercial airports go. The majestic lay out highlights three runways and hence the name. The Tri City Airport was actually part of the training ground for the United States Navy. This training field was used extensively during World War II and today serves commercial purposes as well as to the consumer. The sale of the air filed by the US Navy to the city of Pasco enabled the city to be internationally recognized. The airport terminal is located at the end of the air field, to the south. It is being currently used for commercial flights in and out of Washington. The terminus offers the following services:
  • Fire fighting services and rescue operations.
  • Commercial air cargo services.
  • Commercial passenger services, ground and in flight.
  • Serves the consumer's needs for air travel.
The terminus is being managed by the City of Pasco. There are a number of commercial operations that are being housed in the old naval buildings that stand to the north of the airport. Posted by Colleen Lane on
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